Blur Busters readers! Iiyama has just released its first 27-inch, 144 Hz 1440p (WQHD) gamer display under their G-Master Silver Crow branding, named the GB2760QSU.
Despite its name, it’s indeed a FreeSync display, with a VRR range of 50 – 144 Hz. It uses a TN panel with 1000:1 contrast ratio, and at that size offers 109 PPI. It is SDR-focused and uses 6-bit+FRC TN panel. Its current price hovers around 500$ USD on Amazon.
It features an adjustable stand capable of vertical orientation, VESA wall mounting, and DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI and DVI-D for older systems, as well as USB 3.0 bug and built-in stereo speakers (2W) plus headphone jacks.
Although we expect most gamers will be using headphones or a separate sound system it can still be nice to view the occasional YouTube clip in a pinch, while keeping a clean desk.
Wrapping up its feature list are special black level adjustment (for dark games to keep things clear), and various modes like FPS and strategy which can be helpful.